- 2 bed, 1 bath TIC
- Year built: 1909
- SqFt: 895 (per graphic artist)
- HOA: $353/mo
- Eat-in kitchen includes ample cabinet space & stainless steel appliances.
- Large private storage room with built-in shelving
- Building foundation retrofitted in 2018 & includes solar panels
- Leased garage parking spot one block away (currently $240/mo)
- Fantastic middle-of-it-all Mission District location near dining, nightlife, playground, & farmers’ market
- WalkScore: 96 walker’s & rider’s paradise, excellent transit near multiple bus lines & BART station
With windows in every room, this fine Mission District two-bedroom, one-bathroom home is a serene and sunny escape in the heart of the city. Hardwood floors, period millwork, and embossed wainscoting welcome you inside this bright flat where modern updates blend beautifully with classic details. The lovely living room invites you to relax in front of the stately decorative fireplace while leafy tree-top views dance outside wonderful bay windows. French doors open to a bedroom with a closet and ceiling fan. The second bedroom boasts windows on two exposures, a ceiling fan, closet, and beautiful built-in cabinetry. And in between the bedrooms, the full bathroom features a handsome vessel sink, lovely counters, and a roomy tub/shower.
At the rear of the home, you’ll find a sunny eat-in kitchen where ample glass-front cabinetry and updated countertops surround stainless steel appliances, including a dishwasher, gas range, and built-in microwave. A rear door opens to a delightful bit of shared outdoor space ideal for container gardening and taking in stunning skyline views. Custom lighting adds a contemporary touch throughout, and an in-unit stacked washer-dryer is placed conveniently in the hall closet. This photogenic home made a starring turn on HGTV’s “Sale of Two Cities” S1 E6 San Francisco vs Charleston episode.
The 1909 six-unit TIC building was retrofitted in 2018. There’s a secure buzzer-operated entry gate, and solar panels have been installed. A large approximate 200-square-foot locked storage unit adds total convenience to this fabulous Mission District home, and there’s an additional secure garage parking space leased one block away.
Set on a lovely tree-lined block in the heart of the vibrant Mission District, you’ll find eclectic food, nightlife, and entertainment venues at every turn. Unique indoor mini-golf venue Urban Putt is nearby, there’s a lovely playground at the end of the block, and the Mission Community Market brings farm-fresh produce and street food to the neighborhood each week. Excellent walking, biking, and transit scores near multiple bus lines with the 24th St Mission BART station nearby.
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